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13.03.2007 General News

Government asked to reward hard work

By myjoyonline
Apostle Justifier Darko Korang of the Apostolic Church Ghana, at the weekend observed that Ghana can step up economic productivity if the citizenry develop love for hard work.

He said employers must also pay the right remuneration for hard work to discourage poor attitude to productivity such as laziness and absenteeism to duty, which contributed to loss of revenue.

Apostle Korang who is in-charge of Area 'B' of the Church, said these when he initiated one Pastor J.K. Effah as officiating Pastor in charge of Kasoa East Branch of the Church.

A number of people were also appointed as Elders, Deacons and Deaconesses at the Galelia Central branch of the Church.

Apostle Korang charged the newly initiated officials to be alive to their responsibilities and work hard to win more souls for Jesus Christ.

"As many as are imbued with fear of God would ever be ready to serve their maker and the nation," he said.

Apostle Korang also appealed to the congregation to cooperate with the new officials to enable them to achieve their objectives.